Different Types Of Wig Cap Constructions - Lace Front, Full Lace, Mono Top, Silk Top, Basic Wig Caps
2019/12/9 18:08:04

After you’ve figured out your favorite wig hairstyle, the hair color that perfectly matches your skin tone and brings out your eyes, and how to correctly wear your wig, but do you know which types of cap construction is the best one for your needs? Have you ever wondered what the difference are in wig cap construction types and what that means for you? The different features can affect the price look and comfort of your wig whether you are new to wig or simply just want to understand your options. Here Just Virgin Hair will introduce 5 different types of wig cap constructions which are very popular in 2019 - Lace Front, Full Lace, Mono Top, Silk Top and Basic Wig Caps, so you can choose what best suits your needs.

5 Different Types Of Wig Caps - How To Choose The Right Wig Cap Design For Your Wig Style

1. Lace Front Cap Construction

Lace front is very natural-looking, it has the most invisible hairline which looks just like your own hair. Lace front caps have lace in the Front's and wefts. In the back in the front lace area you can part your hair freely. For the webbed area, there is an elastic net base bitter to make the wig extra comfortable. The lace front wigs have clips and combs presewn into the cap and an adjustable strap which can be tightened an inch. This construction is ideal for ladies who have experienced hair loss along the front hairline as the invisible lace gives you the confidence to style your wig exactly how you want to.

2. Full Lace Cap Construction

Full lace wigs on 100% hand tied human hair wigs, each hair is tied onto a mesh base to create the most natural hair growth and provide a super soft bits. With a full lace wig, wherever you part your hair, it will look natural as well as imitating the natural movements of real hair, it can even be worn in a high ponytail. The wig construction of the full lace wig also puts it at the forefront of comfort. There are no seams or wefts meaning that it will be incredibly soft against the scalp and this also creates a lower density in the wig for a natural look. Because of the lack of wefts, this wig construction is perfect for ladies who have suffered complete hair loss and want to avoid irritation to a sensitive scalp.

3. Silk Top Cap Construction

A luxurious silk top wigs offer a lifelike skin toned scalp while maintaining all the benefits of a lace and mono construction. Silk top wigs are 100% hand tied using a three layer system, the hair is knotted below a layer of silk, the hair is then injected through the silk making the knots 100% invisible and making the hand look like it is growing straight from your own scalp.

4. Mono Top Cap Construction

For mono type wigs, the top parts of the cap is made from a very fine share material called monofilament mono top, wigs have a soft comfortable cap and are friendly on sensitive scalps. Monofilament technique includes a section of soft mesh where the hair is usually knotted in singles and pairs and it’s hand tied at the base to give your that natural looking movement. This technique creates the illusion that the hair growing directly out of your scalp. The super sheer material is nearly invisible under the hair and highly breathable. It also allows you to part the top of your style in any area that works best for you.

5. Basic Wig Caps

Basic wig cap construction has been around for many years and is still a very popular choice. There are 4 names for basic wig caps: traditional weft cap, open weft cap, standard cap and classic cap. The basic wig cap is made by taking wefts or curtains of hair which are sewn onto a strip of thin material, then the webs are pieced together onto a soft elastic lace to create a very lightweight and ventilated cap. This is machine made and and it’s going to be the most affordable of your options. At the top of the basic cap construction you will find the top part and crown area is usually made of closed lace which needs to be camouflage, so it doesn't show through to the top scalp area for this. A technique of “tightly teasing the hair” creates permit ease at the base in order to hide the top material. With the basic cap construction you get affordability and a cool lightweight experience.

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